The stock closed trading Friday down 3.04% and has declined nearly 11% over the past five sessions.
A string of bad news concerning costs from legacy businesses and rumblings that the company will be broken up have weighed on shares.
Here are some of the lowlights from a week GE investors would love to forget.
Activist Interest in GE Breakup
News that GE was considering a breakup of its business sent the stock tumbling earlier in the week. But regular investors aren't the only ones paying attention to GE's troubles, activists are too.
No News Is Good News
RealMoney chartist Bruce Kamich has some advice for GE: Stay out of the news.
CEO John Flannery Seeks a Floor
GE CEO John Flannery was doing his best to put a floor under the company's stock, says TheStreet's Executive Editor Brian Sozzi. It hasn't worked yet.
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